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All of us want wish our lives to be totally free and unwind from many everyday life troubles. By far the most critical items in our life are our loved ones, wealth and assets. 415 more words

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The New Connecticut Uniform Power of Attorney Act: Advantages

Preserving powers of attorney as an inexpensive means of incapacity planning that is flexible and private is one of the objectives of the new Connecticut Uniform Power of Attorney Act. 514 more words

Estate Planning

What Is a Life Estate?

The phrase “life estate” often comes up in discussions of estate and Medicaid planning, but what exactly does it mean? A life estate is a form of joint ownership that allows one person to remain in a house until his or her death, when it passes to the other owner. 563 more words

Estate Planning

The New Connecticut Uniform Power of Attorney Act Part 1

A power of attorney is a legal document that allows an adult to designate a trusted friend or family member with legal authority to manage their affairs. 455 more words

Connecticut Estate Planning

Retirement for Doctors, Attorneys, Business Owners and other Professionals

For a professional such as a doctor, attorney or CPA, the Indexed Universal Life policy is perfect for your retirement needs. Often as a professional, you operate as a P.A. 138 more words


The Ins and Outs of using a LLC for Real Estate Investing

An LLC Is a Great Investment Tool…Done Right.

There are a lot of excellent reasons why people talk about LLCs in terms of real estate investment “pluses”: tax savings, shelters for your assets, etc. 1,525 more words

Asset Protection

Revoking a Power of Attorney


If for any reason, you become unhappy with the person you have appointed to make decisions for you under a durable power of attorney, you may revoke the power of attorney at any time.

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